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IAAE Canada e-Report Volume 14 No. 9 February 24, 2014

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Learn More About This Week’s IAAE Canada Corporate Member:
Fortbrand Services

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The 8th Annual Facility, Operations & Airport Managers Conference


Are you looking at your own Airport Sustainability? Managing your Obstacle Limitation Surfaces? Wondering about the High Cost of Non-maintenance? Looking for information on GIS and the Small Airport?  

Join us for these exciting sessions and more at the 8th Annual Facility, Operations & Airport Managers Conference, June 1-4 in Halifax!
We're also celebrating IAAE Canada's 20th Anniversary with a gala event not to be missed. Register now before the rates go up!

Click here for information on Registration, Sponsoring, Exhibiting and to view the Agenda!

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The Lighter Side of Aviation
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Tower: “Hotel Papa Oscar climb four thousand to six thousand and maintain.”
Pilot: “Hotel Papa Oscar, climbing flight level 100.”
Tower: “Hotel Papa Oscar, climb to flight level 60 and maintain.”
Pilot: “But 4 and 6 is 10, isn’t it?”
Tower: “You’re supposed to climb, not add.”

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Upcoming Conferences

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BCAC - BC Airports Workshop

Prince George, BC

Feb 26-27, 2014

AAAE/IAAE Canada International Combined Conference

Tucson, AZ

Mar 10-12, 2014

Save the Date!!
8th Annual Facility, Operations & Airport Managers Conference (F.O.A.M.)
Registration & Sponsorship Availability Now Open!

Halifax, NS

June 1-4, 2014

2014 Canadian Business Aviation Association Convention

Edmonton, AB

June 17-19 2014

2014 SWIFT Conference and Equipment Expo

Vancouver, BC

Sept 15–18, 2014

Canadian Airports National Electrical Workshop (CANEW)

 Regina, SK

Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014

AMCO 29th Convention and 17th Trade Show

 Thunder Bay, ON

 Oct 5-9, 2014

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View All Training CoursesUpcoming Training Courses

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Airport Wildlife Control (AWC)

Sandspit, BC

Mar 11-12

Basic Airport Safety & Operations (BASOS)

Sandspit, BC

Mar 26-28

Leadership/Management Workshop

Winnipeg, MB

Mar 27-28

Airport Marketing & Commercial Development Workshop (AMW)

Edmonton, AB

Apr 2-4

Airfield Lighting Maintenance Training (ALM)
(Full - contact us re:waiting list)

Waterloo, ON

April 8-11

Emergency Management Training (EMT) 

Calgary, AB

April 29-May 2

Airport Project Management (APM) NEW!

Toronto, ON

May 13-14

Aerodrome Standards & Recommended Practices (TP312)

Yellowknife, NT

May 28-30

Basic Airport Safety & Operations (BASOS)

Gillam, MB

May 29-31

Please note: If there is a link on the training name, it will take you to the online registration. Please click here to browse our Training Course Catalogue. If you have any interest in any of the above training, please send us an email. If you have other needs you can also email us and we will work on it.
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Employment Opportunities                                                                         image

Posted

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Location

Deadline

Feb 21

Airport Operations Control Specialist

Ontario

Open

Feb 13

Management Assistant

Ontario

Open

Feb 7

Vice President, Human Resources

Nova Scotia

Mar 3

Feb 7

Assistant, Board of Directors

Ontario

Open

Jan 27

Airport Manager

British Columbia

Open

Jan 27

Procurement Specialist

Ontario

Open

Jan 24

Terminal Coordinator, Slots and Capacity Allocation

Ontario

Open

Jan 17

CAD Technician - Engineering Services Department

British Columbia

Open

Jan 17

Safety Advisor - Human Resources Department

British Columbia

Open

Jan 10

Technical Analyst - Simplified Passenger Travel Department

British Columbia

Open

Dec 31

Coordinator, Resource

Ontario

Open

Dec 13

Technical Analyst - Information Technology Department

British Columbia

Open

Nov 22

Manager, Airport Terminal Projects

British Columbia

Open

Nov 8

Project Engineers

British Columbia

Open

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IAAE Canada

Association Update

Please join us in welcoming our newest Airport Member:
Corey Pennycook, Chargehand, Brandon Municipal Airport

Please join us in welcoming the following New Corporate Member in February:

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Alstef designs, builds and commissions complete baggage handling facilities including the associated software systems, 100% Hold Baggage screening security systems, check-ins, belt conveyors, DCV
ALSTEF is an established leader in the provision of baggage handling systems. The company designs, builds and commissions complete baggage handling facilities including the associated software systems.
ALSTEF's extensive project management experience has let it to successfully complete major contracts worldwide.
ALSTEF has industrial experience going back more than 45 years in the provision of automated systems. The company is equipped with a support structure that includes control systems, manufacturing, construction and site services.
ALSTEF's comprehensive experience of baggage security systems covers 100% Hold Baggage Screening at several major airports across Europe.
ALSTEF has been a pioneer in the provision of through life support to baggage handling systems users. ALSTEF proposes services for the operation and maintenance of installations; this support can range from down-modem software support to facilities management with a team of engineers permanently on site to operate and maintain the facility.
ACTIVITIES: ALSTEF can provide a wide range of products and services for all the stages of the baggage handling process: - Check-ins: the check-in desk is the interface between the passengers and the baggage handling system. ALSTEF's check-in designs satisfy the broad spectrum of airline requirements. - Belt conveyors : the new design of the belt conveyors improves their modularity, maintainability and reliability. Istanbul Ataturk Airport sortation carrousels (Turkey) - 100% Hold Baggage Screening (HBS): the requirements for the screening of passenger baggage are becoming increasingly more rigorous. ALSTEF has solved these problems, with proven 100% HBS systems where there is no significant impact on passenger throughput. Our systems have been installed as extensions to existing baggage handling installations and incorporated in new projects. - D.C.V. (Destination Coded Vehicle) BEUMER autover® is another solution to the usual conveyor systems; it is a smart system holding one baggage on one carrier running safely and quickly along a network that may start at the check-ins and end at the baggage final sorting. - The range of carousels has been designed to offer greater reliability and easier maintenance : non-contact drive mechanism, super quiet in operation, modular construction, low maintenance requirement.
- BAGWARE® control and management system is a software package developed by ALSTEF to control all the baggage screening process. At the center of the system, BAGWARE® makes the interface with the airport flights software, with the conveyor control PLC's, and with the DCV ground control system. It also interfaces with the flights display system of the sorter delivery chutes. BAGWARE® can also interface with the supervision systems dedicated to the baggage sortation equipment and with the airport GTC. This function provides a detailed view of the whole installation. BAGWARE® developed under LINUX/ORACLE is supported by a cluster insuring the redundancy of the equipment. In case of breakdown the hardware/software architecture is capable of carrying on the operations automatically without any operator's action. - Simulation allows evaluation of a system prior to manufacture and installation. A three-dimensional computer model is created which incorporates the characteristics of the equipment proposed for the baggage handling system. The model can then be tested under conditions such as various throughput levels or equipment failure to identify weaknesses in the design.
For more information, contact: Mathilde Siccardi, Sales Engineer       www.alstef.com

The following Corporate Members renewed their memberships in February:

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Canadian Base Operators provides airfield operations and maintenance services as well as terminal and passenger handling services for Shell Canada at the Fort MacKay Albian Aerodrome (CAL4) located at the Albian Sands Energy project near Fort McKay AB.
Aircraft ground handling and passenger terminal services are also provided at the Warren Thomas/Josephburg (CFB6) Airport near Edmonton AB and the Shell Aircraft International hanger in Calgary.
Services Include: Aircraft handling and de-icing service, Terminal services for arriving and departing passengers,
Year round runway maintenance including snow and ice removal.
For our DND Clients Canadian Base Operators provides airfield services at the Flight Training School (CFTS Southport, Manitoba) and has experience in the High Arctic. Services include; Air traffic control, Aircraft ground handling, refueling, de-icing and freight handling, Runway maintenance and airfield lighting, Fire/Crash Rescue.
For more information, contact: John Semple, Regional Manager     www.canadianbaseoperators.com

imageWorld leading supplier of airport parking on-line pre-booking systems is the Canadian Airport’s system provider of choice. With a growing number of the Canadian Airports now live our clients are protecting and growing their non-aviation revenues such as parking, airport lounges or fast track security – on the web, mobile, within an App or by telephone.
The Chauntry web booking process makes the customer’s journey as smooth and simple as possible. It reassures the customer and encourages him to make a booking and to return and book again on a future occasion. The booking process integrates seamlessly into look and feel of the client web-site. Its ease of use means customers can complete their transaction speedily and the customer self-management facility (manage my booking) adds confidence. It enables changes to be made to the booking at a later stage if required.
Supporting yield-management, distributed pricing and ledger-based accounting, our web-based applications are easy to use and easy to manage.
We work in partnership with the leading suppliers of car park barrier equipment, payment processing, handheld terminals and POS systems, and we invest in research and development, to ensure that clients are always getting the most from whatever equipment is chosen.
We’re proud of our clients, and what we help them to achieve. In the last 12 months, over €500m was handled through our customers’ Chauntry systems. We’d love you to talk to Vancouver Airport, Edmonton Airport, Montreal Airport or others world-wide such as Melbourne or Amsterdam Schiphol Airports – we’re confident you’ll hear something good, and we’re confident that we can help your revenues grow.
Edmonton Airports launched the Chauntry reservation system in August of 2010.  Chauntry was launched with the opening of a new parking product – jetSet parking.  Since inception, growth of Chauntry reservations has been 960% and jetSet Parking has surpassed its annual revenue goal by 125% and has established itself as a leader in the airport parking market.  With the success of Chauntry at jetSet, Edmonton launched Chauntry with four other parking products in March 2012.  Growth patterns are similar and, thanks to the Chauntry solution, our parking revenues have increased at a rate of 3 – 4 times our passenger growth.  This has contributed to make Edmonton Airports parking operations the most profitable airport per passenger in Canada.  A significant component of our success is directly attributable to the Chauntry reservation system.
For more information, contact: John London - Business Development Manager   www.chauntry.com

imageCrouse-Hinds Airport Lighting Products (CHALP) is a leading global provider of airport lighting equipment to airports worldwide. With over 75 years of airport lighting experience, we are a trusted manufacturer and valued supplier of airport lights, constant current regulators, aircraft ground movement control systems, PAPI precision approach systems, airfield guidance signs, runway and taxiway lights as well as lamps, lenses and maintenance supplies.  Crouse-Hinds ALP specializes in airfield lighting solutions.
For more information, contact: Ken Corbett, Canadian Sales Manager       www.cooperindustries.com

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Founded in 1986, the Canadian Aviation Institute (CAvI) at Georgian College is a national centre of aviation management training and education.
Our over 90% Graduate Placement rate is one of the highest success rates of any college in Ontario, and we are the second largest co-op college in Canada. Graduates of CAvI work in a variety of aviation fields including: Airline and Airport Management, Aviation Operations, Airport Planning and Air Traffic Control. Commercial Pilots, Flight Dispatch, Flight Service Specialists and many other aviation-related occupations have benefited from this additional enhancement to their chosen career field.
Located in Barrie, Ontario, our 3-year Aviation Management co-op diploma program has graduated over 700 students since its inception. Aviation-specific courses provide students with a solid understanding of the aviation industry. Management courses provide students with an understanding of management practices and procedures designed to prepare students for future promotional opportunities.
Program Highlights: 3-year post-secondary diploma program, Mandatory cooperative work experience, 96% co-op placement rate, 2 years of academic training and 1 year of co-op work experience before students graduate, Aviation specific management courses, Graduates of our program can proceed directly to obtain a Bachelor of Science Degree from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University or a Masters Degree in Aviation Management from Griffith University or a Masters Degree in Transportation Policy from Loughborough University with approximately one year of further study, World class qualified faculty, Customized corporate training and consulting services.
Employer Benefits from our Co-op semesters: An excellent source of motivated productive workers who have chosen the aviation industry as their career path and are eager to make a contribution, Students are available all year round during peak business periods, for special projects, vacation relief, or parental leave replacements, Our students have fundamental knowledge and aviation-related job skills; they bring fresh ideas and new technical knowledge to the workplace, Co-op provides an opportunity to observe student performance prior to making a permanent job offer, This lowers recruitment and training costs.
A strong Advisory Committee Feedback from the Canadian aviation industry helps to keep our program relevant and assists in the development of a highly trained work force. Committee members are able to take an active role in making a positive impact on business education for the aviation industry. Watch your career take flight with the Aviation Management program!
For more information, contact: Georgian College Canadian Aviation Institute  www.georgiancollege.ca

imageThe founding corporation of MMM Group Limited was established in 1952 and incorporated in 1957 as Marshall Macklin Monaghan Limited. Renamed MMM Group in 2007, the firm’s head office is in Thornhill, Ontario. A truly Canadian company, MMM Group has offices in Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebéc, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. In addition, through its subsidiaries and affiliates, MMM has approximately 40 offices in the USA, U.K., Australia, New Zealand and the Caribbean.  Together these offices provide responsive and innovative consulting engineering, planning, project management, environmental management, landscape design, surveying and commissioning services to private sector owners, architects, contractors, investors and government clients across Canada and internationally.
MMM is an acknowledged leader in airport development, having undertaken hundreds of airport projects at more than 200 locations in the last three decades.  Currently, MMM is retained on, or has recently completed, airport projects whose combined capital investment exceeds $6 billion. These include Program/Project Management of numerous assignments within Toronto’s $4.4 billion Airport Development Program; Prime Consultant for the new $650 million Quito Ecuador International Airport; Program Management of Ottawa’s $310 million Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Expansion; activation services for Winnipeg International Airport; Project Management for the $650 million Canadian Air Transport Security Authority’s Explosive Detection System Deployment Program; and Project Management for the $1.8 billion Edmonton International Airport Expansion Project.
MMM helped to pioneer private airport development in North America in 1985 through its key role in structuring and delivering the Pearson Terminal 3 project. Internationally, MMM is recognized as one of the world’s leaders in Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) airport development, a fact attested to by assignments the firm has been awarded and successfully completed on four continents. These include the $200 million Mandalay International Airport in Myanmar - a complete greenfield project; Budapest’s $150 million Ferihegy International Airport Terminal 2 expansion and redevelopment; plus other projects in the U.S., Caribbean, Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and Southeast Asia.
MMM’s success on these projects and the firm’s growing reputation for excellence in airport design in Canada and abroad has allowed it to recruit the best and brightest airport development engineers, project managers and technical staff from industry and government. This group of dedicated staff are supported by more than 200 additional building and civil engineering specialists within the firm, whose total staff complement is more than 1,000.
For more information, contact: Carmine Bello, Manager, Airports   www.mmm.ca

 

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Michelle M. Cretzman
Member Services
International Association of Airport Executives Canada
Ph: 905-297-2236
Email: iaaecanada%23org|michelle
www.iaaecanada.org

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